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yes, x2 this car is not AWD !! do not drive in 4wd, on pavement , (ice or snow free) not even on , wet pavement. a great danger to you, and others on the road. RTM on part time 4wd, read it and if you have questions, ask.
There is not enough time or space on this page to list all of the possibilities of what could be wrong. It could be anything from "out of gas" to a totally destroyed engine. The problem needs to be DIAGNOSED. I am very good at what I do, but I am NOT psychic.
Sounds like your injectors aren't opening if it holds that pressure. Get a "noid light" at parts store that fits your injector harness connection (just a few bucks). Just pull connector off injector and plug in noid light. When you crank engine, the light should blink rapidly. Try all of them, or at least one on each bank (side).
If light doesn't blink, then check your injector electrical circuit. Power to them is fed through your ignition switch, and the ecm grounds that particular injector at proper time to make injector work.
sounds like a cam chirping, cant remember if that was normal for that engine, mine did it randomly, oil light could be a bad pressure sensor, hopefully it isnt your bearings wearing out, good luck i hated this car